Please ensure that you measure your goalkeeper's hands before ordering personalized gloves.
Please note that any personalized gloves cannot be returned or refunded, but you may be eligible for partial credit towards a new glove.
To measure your hands, follow these steps:
1. Measure the circumference (around) of the widest part of the palm, including the thumb.
2. Measure the length of the hand from the tip of the middle finger to the base of the hand where it meets the wrist.
3. Use the larger of the two measurements and round up to the next half-inch to an inch, depending on how tight or loose you prefer the fit.
For example, if the largest of the two measurements is 7-3/4 inches, you're most likely a size 9. If the largest of the two measurements is 6-1/2 inches, and you prefer a tighter glove, you may prefer a size 7. If you prefer a looser glove, you may prefer a size 9. Never exceed 2 inches larger than your largest measurement.
You can also use the height table provided to HELP (not guarantee) the appropriate size:
• Size 4: 4'0"-4'5"
• Size 5: 4'3"-4'8"
• Size 6: 4'7"-5'0"
• Size 7: 4'11"-5'3"
• Size 8: 5'3"-5'8"
• Size 9: 5'8"-5'11"
• Size 10: 5'11"-6'2"
• Size 11: 6'2"-6'4"
• Size 12: 6'5" and up
Sometimes, shoe size can also correlate to glove size. For example, if you wear a size 10 shoe and measure your hand at 9 inches, depending on whether you prefer a tight or loose fit, you may be a size 9 or 10 in gloves. If you use finger guards, you may prefer a size 10, while a size 9 may work without finger guards.
different styles of goalkeeper gloves can have slightly different measurements, especially in terms of the fit and cut of the glove. There are three main styles of goalkeeper gloves:
Flat cut gloves: These gloves have a flat palm and are designed to provide a more traditional fit. They tend to be more spacious and offer greater flexibility to the hand, making them a good option for those who prefer a roomier fit.
Roll finger gloves: These gloves have a roll finger design, which means that the latex palm is rolled around the fingers and stitched to the backhand of the glove. This design creates a snug fit and allows for greater ball control and handling.
Negative cut gloves: These gloves have a negative cut design, which means that the latex palm is stitched to the inside of the glove, rather than the outside. This creates a snug and tight fit, making them ideal for those who prefer a close fit and more control over the ball.
When measuring your hand for goalkeeper gloves, it's important to take into account the style of the glove you want to purchase, as the fit and cut can vary slightly. It's always a good idea to consult the size chart provided by the manufacturer to determine the best size for your hand and the style of glove you prefer.